Was the Counter- Reformation’s only aim to punish the Protestants? Aim: to understand whether the only point of the Counter-Reformation was intolerance – was the only aim to punish the Protestants?
•The COUNTER REFORMATION was one of the effects of the Reformation. •The Catholics reacted against what the Protestants said and did. •You will see some examples of whether this resulted in tolerance or intolerance next.•Remember the key question ‘Was the main aim of the Counter Reformation to punish Protestants?’
Write down at least one point you see per slide.Protestants being punishedNo Protestants beingpunished Looking to Learn
•Now look at the pictures again. •Try to match them to the effects of the Reformation listed below. •Explain whether they were punishing protestants or not. Effect Picture Was this punishing the Protestants? If not, Number what was it aiming to do?The Catholic Spanish Inquisitiontorturing a Protestant on thewheel.The Catholic Spanish Inquisitionburning a Protestant with hotirons.The Council of Trent meeting todiscuss religious doctrineProtestants being murdered atthe St Bartholomew DayMassacres in France in 1572The burning of the Protestantbishops Latimer and RidleyJesuits teaching and preachingabout Catholicism
‘The Counter- Reformation’s only aim was to punish the Protestants.’ Do you agree or disagreeHold up a YES if you agree with the statement and a NO if you disagree. NO YES Looking and comparing to learn
Poster Judgement ‘The Counter- Reformation’s only aim was to punish the Protestants.’ Do you agree or disagree Evidence: I think this because I know that the Counter-Argument: Reformation’s aims were varied. For example they…I agree/ disagree withthe statement. I think Although the Counter-Reformation certainly didthat the Counter- punish protestants, for example…Reformation had many Support your evidence with pictures from theaims… sources and from your list of good and bad effects of the Counter- Reformation in your bookJudgment:Overall therefore I think that the Counter- Reformation’s main aim was to…
PlenarySo, did the Counter Reformation result in Tolerance or Intolerance? Hold up a YES if you agree with the statement and a NO if you disagree. NO YES Looking and comparing to learn